Squares Conference (feat. Marcus Morrison)

In today's episode, I talk with Marcus Morrison about his journey to becoming a CTO of a monthly subscription startup called Datebox. Today's episode is sponsored by Fuse! Build native iOS and Android apps with less code and better collaboration. Head over to spec.fm/fuse to learn more today!

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Off-Grid Social Network with Andre Staltz

Social networks like Facebook and Twitter facilitate interactions between individuals. Every message I send to you on Facebook goes through Facebook’s servers before reaching you. This is known as the client-server model. Since the early days of the internet, engineers have always envisioned a peer-to-peer model, where I could communicate to you directly, without a company brokering that relationship. Andre Staltz works on Scuttlebutt, a peer-to-peer system for social graphs,Continue reading...

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Universal Healthcare with Thomas Bukowski

Everyone in the world should have some basic level of guaranteed healthcare. This is not controversial. But what should that basic level of healthcare be? Should it extend into the later years of your life, when the majority of your health costs are incurred? And how much has modern technology driven down the cost of what it should cost to treat a patient? Healthcare today has lots of problems withContinue reading...

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Relay Modern with Lee Byron and Joe Savona

Relay is a JavaScript framework for building data-driven React applications. Facebook open sourced Relay around the same time they open sourced GraphQL, and Facebook expected Relay to be the more popular of the two projects. However, the reality was reversed. Open source companies like Meteor quickly began to build GraphQL tools and a few businesses were started around GraphQL. One year later, the excitement for GraphQL had completely surpassed theContinue reading...

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Squares Conference (Will Riley)

In today's episode, I talk with Will Riley from Flywheel about design systems, local development, teaching a workshop, and API design. Today's episode is sponsored by Fuse! Build native iOS and Android apps with less code and better collaboration. Head over to spec.fm/fuse to learn more today!

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Visual Studio for Mac with Joseph Hill

We talk with Joseph Hill, one of the Xamarin co-founders about Visual Studio for the Mac and how you can do live UX design.

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#131: Going HTTPS

Marie, Tim H., and Alex are here to talk about the decision to go all in on HTTPS at CodePen. We talk about some of the reasons why we waited until now to make the switch, and how we plan to implement it across CodePen.

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Healthcare Engineering with Isaac Councill

Healthcare is a complex business. Oscar is a company that wanted to build a new insurance provider–but realized that healthcare is so interconnected that in order to build a new insurance provider, realized it actually needed to build an entire healthcare business too, complete with patient management and facilities. Since Oscar is a modern technology company, the focus on customer service, engineering, and data management offers an optimistic view intoContinue reading...

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Episode 034 - npm install beer --save-in-mouth

In this episode, we are joined by Laurie Voss, the COO and former CTO at npm. Npm, also known as Node Package Manager has been an important tool in the JavaScript community and has helped engineers share their code. In today’s episode, we’ll be discussing how we leverage npm and find out what we can expect from npm 5. Laurie also teaches us some cool tricks that exist in the npm cli.

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Microservices Transition with Cassandra Shum

Many companies are transitioning from a monolith to microservices architecture. Tools for cloud computing, containerization, and continuous delivery are making this easier. But there are still technological and organizational challenges that a company will encounter while making this transition. Cassandra Shum is an engineer with ThoughtWorks. She has worked with major financial institutions and other large companies to architect their migrations from monolith to microservices. Also, she regular

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